The Merchant Of Venice Tickets
Details of The Merchant Of Venice and the Ticket Luck value
Written by the great William Shakespeare, the Merchant of Venice is a tragic comedy believed to be penned between the years 1596 and 1598. The setting of the book is placed in the beautiful city of Venice amid three men Antonio, Shylock and Bassanio; Antonio being the lead character of the play. The Merchant of Venice revolves around a dramatized tale of finding true love and the gruesome problem of repaying the Jewish moneylender his loan back. Even though the first folio of the book rants of romantic comedies, the ending can be categorized as being dramatically imperishable.
This artistic piece of writing gained acclaimed fame and knowledge due to Shylock's merciless character and his speech called "Hath not a Jews' eyes". In addition to this another feature that led to play's recognition was the the lovely Portia's speech called the "Quality of mercy" when she is trying to save Antonio's life from the hands of Shylock. The very first performance of this play was in the year 1605 held at the court of King James, after which several shows followed. If you also want to become one of the spectators of this historical play, get your Merchant of Venice tickets today.
The main characters in the Merchant of Venice include Antonio, a merchant in Venice who gets caught in love with his best friend Bossanio, for whom he signs a contract made by Shylock. Due to which he nearly loses his life for love and friendship. Perhaps the villain in this piece of writing is Shylock who is a Jewish moneylender filled with hatred for the Christians of Venice. Being insulted for his interest-taking business practices by Antonio and his comrades, Shylock lived to get his revenge in time. Other characters that play a major part in the story are Portia, the love of Bossanio's life who is a wealthy heiress in Belmont. Bossanio is a gentleman living in the city of Venice and also a dear friend of Antonio. The story starts when Bossanio wishes to visit Belmont in style to impress his love, Portia and win over her hand in marriage. For this purpose he asks his dear friend, Antonio for a loan, but due to financial constraints they visit the Jewish moneylender for an interest free loan. Brooding in hopes of revenge, Shylock decides to provide them with an interest free loan on the condition that Antonio provides a piece of his flesh if the loan isn't rendered back on time. With time, Antonio's business hits a dry end and he is forced by Shylock to meet his end of the contract, and then starts the struggle to save dear Antonio's life from the hands of Shylock. What will become of Antonio? Will Bossanio win over Portia? Watch one of the most praised play in this history of theatre by getting your very own Merchant of Venice tickets without any delay.
Born on the 26th of April in the year 1564, the writer of this magnificent play, William Shakespeare is one of the most prominent writers of all time. He wasn't only one of the greatest playwrights of the English language but a memorable poet as well. Having written a total of thirty eight plays, two narrative poems and one hundred and fifty four sonnets, William Shakespeare is perhaps the greatest writers of all times.
Coming back to the book, the very first copy and edition was published in the year 1600, and the very first recorded performance was given in the year 1605 as mentioned above, in front of King James 1. Such appraised was the play that the king himself ordered a second performance in the following week. Several films have been inspired by this play, the very first one being a silent film in the year 1914, by the director Lois Weber. The latest movie was inspired in the year 2004 directed by Michael Radford, starring the infamous Al Pacino, which was honored by the INSFJ; Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists. If you also want to view this one of kind play, what you need to do is purchase your very own Merchant of Venice tickets, to have once in a lifetime experience.